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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COURIER tffiwis SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1944 Coming Events , MONDAY Woman's Society of Chrlstlaii Service, First Methodist Church, meet- Ing at church for Business and Social meetinfc, 3 p.m. Woman's Socjety of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting at church, 2:30 p.m. Women's Auxiliary oJ First Pres- bylerlan Church meeting in circle groups: Circle.!, Mrs. L..S. Hart- iog; Circle 2, Mrs. Russell Campbell; Circle 3, Mrs. H. H. Houchlhs; 2:30 p. m.; Circle 4, having Dutch supper at church, 7 p.m. Women's Missionary Uiijon, First Church, meeting In circle groups: Circle • 1, Mrs. R. E. Van Hoosor; Circle 2, Mrs. Russell Wert; Circle 3, Mrs. H. H. Brooks; Circle,*, Mrs. J. i. Cookston; Circle 5, Mrs, W. J. Rogers. TUESDAY t ' Miss Margaret Shaver entertaining Double G Club. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. L. S. Benlsh.' .-.• : WEDNESDAY . A. t). C. Club meeting with Mrs. Ben Havpole. . . . • THURSDAY • Mrs. James Hill Jr., entertaining Friday Luncheon Club, ' FRIDAY. G. N. B. Club meeting \viih Mrs. Robert Wccdmaii. Bits of N§ws Mostly. Personal Mrs. Stewart Is Hosless The presence, of - tliree quests, Mrs. Cecil Graves, Mrs. C. B. Ket. linger and Mrs. chnrlej Razer .of Little -Rock, formerly, of Blythe- villc, added special interest to the party given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Claud .Stewart for members of the Initial ;ciub. ... , . Hoses and crepe myrtle decorated the entertaining rooms of trie house, wllh bunco played during the nf- ternoon. -,-•, High score nrltc went, to Mrs. Lrine Nowell, bunco to Mrs. Jack. Marsh, and low score to Mrs. W. S. "Eastbimii Sandwiches:and Icei) drinks were served at the conclusion of Ih'e Barnes. ... '., . , • '.'• "• • Mi's. Davis Complimented '- Mrs. Geneva Brown Davis of Vnl- lejo, Calif,, houseguest of her mother, Mrs. Ruby,/Brown, was complimented last; night when Mrs. Bob Kosmosky, Miss" Ge'raIdlile Rylee and Mrs. Prcd Stevenson entertained with a steak slipper at Camp Mtral- trie A small group of Mrs Davii most intimate friends attended the informal affair. • • • Bunco Club Entertained <' * i A'l members of the G N B Club attended the regular/weekly., club party given last night b> Mrs Byron Nail at her home. Bunco was played during the evening, with high score prize won .by Mrs. John Bi-ljlharl, bunco by Mrs. Robert Wcedman, and low by Mrs H. C. Blankeriship, The hostess ^served a salad cdurse ' with iced drinks. ^ .... ..'*-.« • • • ' Celebrates ,13th Birthday .Wade Reeves Jr.' celebrated his 13th birthday yesterday afternoon by entertaining 20 of his friends at a party at his home. Games were played for several Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Lewis and two children left yesterday mom- ing for Tucson, Ariz,, where Ihey will make their home. Mr. Uwls, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Y. Lewis, recently received n medical discharge from the Navy Ijccnusc of asthma after 10 months of service with that branch of the armed forces. Mrs. Carl Jones mid daughter, Judy Ann, of Newark, Ohio, have returned home after a visit with Mr.s. Jones' sister, Mrs. Katherine Grove. Mrs. T. J. Mniian und daughter, Mrs. Byron Morse, went to Little Rock yesterday for a visit with Mrs. Byron Rhodes Morse and her infant son, and her mother, Mrs. John Tucker. Rives C. Allen returned last ntghl from Memphis where lie went yesterday morning to be with Ills son, R. C. Allen Jr., who underwent an operation on his knee yesterday morning at Melhodlst Hospital. R. C.'s condition lasl night was excellent anil he probably will be able to return home next week, though lie will be In a cast for several weeks. His mother is with him. Jerry and Prances Dyer, children of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dyer of Armorel, underwent tonslilectoinies yesterday at Memphis Methodist Hospital. James Frazler Jr., of Portagevllle, Ma., will spend the weekend with his mother, Mrs. N, H. Blakemore aiid Mr. Blakemore, in Blythevillb. Mrs. Geneva Brown Davis of Vallejo, Calif., Is spending several days jierc as the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ruby Brown. Condition of Mrs. L. R. Sullivan is much Improved.. Mrs. Sullivan, who is the mother of Mrs. N. 'il. Blakemore, has been quite ill (it Her home for the past live weeks. Her sister, Mrs. H. T. Jones of 'tinn- p'a, Fla., has returned home after spending two weeks with her. Dr. und Mrs. W. S. Eastburn, accompanied by Dr. nnd Mrs. Edward Martin of Memphis, are spending the weekend In Nashville, Tcnn. Walter LcTgan arrived home this morning for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan and Ills teothej 1 , Max Logan and family. Mr. Logan returned to the United Slates last week after. 22 riioiitlis spent in various theatres of war as a correspondent for United Press. the Blylhevlilc Hospital Admitted: . Hollls Locke, city. Mrs. John Wiley, Roscland, l/jls Tltlmnn, Toma(o. Vefnon Tlllman, Tomato. Dismissed: . , Deszola Spears, Armdrel, Mildred ' Kemp, Marked Tree. Mrs. J. T. "Charlie" Stnlcup and baby, city. i Admitted: Walls llos|nl:vl Mr.s. P. W. McGhee, city. C. A. Gentry, city. Velmcr Reid, Sleele, Mo. Dismissed: 1HI33 Mrs. Margie Gill, Osceola. Mrs. Dick Green, Huffman. Jerry Tallcy, city. Mrs. E. P. Belt, city. Memphis HI. Joseph's Ilfispllal D. D. Lesley, BmtleUe. Memphis Mclhoillsl Hospital nives Calvin Allen Jr., city. Shirley Jean Roberts, city. C. M. Nccly, Cnruthei'.svlllt', Mo. Frances Dyer, Armarcl. Jerry Dyer, Aimorcl. Catholic School To'Open Monday For 30th Year Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock, school (jells will ring for pupils of Ihp local Ciitliollc School, which opens . Its . 30lli successive school year on (hat day. The school, which Is staffed by a faculty .of three, will offer instruction for classes through the eighth grade, with special classes !n music, art, singing, theory and rylhm u'and, lo again be cln- ducle.d under the direction of Sister Mary Deloies. The building, which Is directly opposite the Immaculate Conception Church on Ihc corner of .Division and Asli Slreels, hKs liccn i.iiadc ready for the anticipated large attendance for the coming school year, when both Calh- oltc .and lion-Catholic children will be enrolled. For the second successive year, no , classes will be held in tiie I'Ulherah School, as this congregation Is.without a resident minister at. this lime. Children formerly a'uend'ln^ .Hits school have transferred to the public schools of the city. , Nirs. Toll Johnson has returned fiom a seven weeks' ^isifc with Corporal Johnson who is stationed at Chico Army.Air Field. Calil. While av,aj they vlslled in San Francisco', Los Angeles and Hollywood, Callf.i and Reno. Ncv .• Miss Jean Cooper of Philadelphia, Pa., nnd Bobby ,Walden, petty officer 2-c in the Navy, returned tills morning to Philadelphia, \vliere Mr. >Valden is,stationed, after a week's visit with his parents, Mr..and Mrs. John Walden. His sister, Mrs. Duff Paltrier and Mr. Guithcr of Memphis', spent one day here with the Waldens this week to be with Miss Cooper and Mr. Walden, 'while Luther Williams and daughter, Judy, of Cnruthersville, came down last night to be with them. Lieut, Hunton Has Air Medal With Clusters •-, .. li , Charles A. Huton,. Jr..- r'e^ ijeiitly Afes ' awarded liie/Alr'-Meda! with (wo. bronze ami one silver cluster, denoting successful completion of 40 air missions over enemy territory. The medal, and clusters have been sent to the young airman's- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hunton Sr., of Blythc- ville. Graduated and commissioned at Moody Field, Vtildostn; Ga., Lieutenant Hiinloii hiis been overseas since laic in February as a pilot of an A-20 bomber Hying out of England. Prince Felix of Dourbon-Farrha, consort of Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxembourg, is pictured in France, where, serving with the Allied forces, he looks forward to an early return .to ins country. After .the tiny principality was overrun by the Germans the royal family fled .to Lisbon, where the prince and his six children were taken aboard the USS Trenton, brought to Washington where ih'cy were White House guests. Luxora Society—Pcfsbhal SOCIKTV MKKTf! Tlic business meeting of the Bap- list Woman's Missionary Society net at the home of Mrs Mary Tuiker Tuesday afternoon wlfh tiie ircsldent, Mrs. Byron O. Wilklns. presiding over the business session at which time Sept. 26 was set as die dale lor the observance of ,hc annual Dixie Jackson Week of Prayer. A nominating committee composed of Mrs. S. J. Smith, Mrs. O. ilowton, and Mrs. Charlie Evans, V,'BS appointed by the president. Mrs. Evans reviewed the concluding chapter of the Mission slii- dy on Bible Stewardship. Mr.s. Tucker .served an ice course during a fellowship period. WESI.KYAN SEKVICK CUJIM) Mis. Charlie Thomas, will) Mrs. Raiulle W. Nclhols as co-hostess, entertained the members of the Wesley i>n Service Guild at the Thomas home Tuesday evening with 1C members present. Three new Mrs. Avis Crawford, -Mrs. Otis Wilson, nnd Mrs. Norma Wilson, were enrolled. Mrs. GrantCol : lar, president, presided over routine business. 'Ihe program topic, "The Christian's Response to Suffering" ceremonies, and Mrs. Stanford arranged the program. Mrs. A, D. Abdelnour and daughter, Carrolle Ann, who have bev 1 spending the Summer months with Mrs. Ab'delnour's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip George have returned home this week to New York. Marylyn Owen and Jean Owen nave returned from a visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Owen, at Parkin, Ark. S. J. Smilh has returned from n three weeks spent at Battle Creek Sanitorlum, Battle Creek, Mich. SteeleNews Staff Sergt, Robert D.. Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Alexander, arrived home yesterday to spend his 21-day furlough alter six months combat duty overseas. He will report to .Lincoln, Neb., for; reassignment. Staff Serjjt. I^eon Burns, who has just returned from a year's service in .the Mediterranean theater of war, arrived Tuesday night to spend n 30-day furlough with his wife, the former Miss Hazel Jo Rutledge and relatives in Blythcville. He will report to Lincoln, Neb., for reassignment. Mrs. S. L. Robinson has returned from St. lx>uls, where she visited her daughter, Miss Nell Robinson, who is n student at Washington University there. Mrs. Gerald Kitchens and son Stcvlc, have arrived home after a three months' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kitchens In Cord, Ark. Jerry Dillard, Jerry Hambra, Bob- cd by Mrs. Sam Coatcs as-1 by Carter, Bobby Garrell and John- slslcd by Mrs. C. Evcrette Fatten, (ny Franklin left Tuesday for Frank- giving Hie "Meditation", closed with lin, Tcnn., where they will attend " -•••-' -• a vocal solo, "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone". Mrs. Johii Ford, and Miss Eunice reviewed assigned lop- Ira In keepiiig with the program theme. Closing prayer was said by Mrs. T. Lem Stanford. During the social hour a contest on the Books of the Bible was held with Mrs. Collar making a perfect score. liefreshmcnt! of pineapple ice cream and cake was served. hours, with prifces given to Die win-; .Mrs. E. M. Eaton is spending two Late in the afternoon Wade opened his gifts and refreshments' of birthday cake and ice cream were served by his mother. Mrs. W. O Reeves, assisted by Mrs. Mike Votzi. • * • • 400 Club. Entertained Mrs. Roy Woods wis hostess to , . members of the. 400 Club yesterday I Mrs ' Ccc " Haycs of Detroit, Mich., afternoon at her home on DavLs ' who ls visltl "B hei ' c ns the guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Oxford, underwent an operation for appendicitis yesterday morning at Walls Hospital. Her condition is sat- wceks In Greenwood, Miss., as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Rena Faucett and family. Pfc. Alice Phceney, with the WAG stationed at Camp Wheeler, Ga., arrived last night to spend a brief furlough with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Carey Woodbxirn Phceney, and mother, Mrs. J.' D. Woodburn. She will leave tomorrow. Avenue. Liverpool rummy vm played with high score prize won by Mrs. Tim Estes and .second high by Mrs LaFayette May. A dessert course was served. . * * • Gerald Oxford Honored Mr. and Mrs. James Oxford entertained with a party Wednesday isfactory. Pvl. Charles Smith, who is stationed nt Camp Crowder, Mo., Is spending his 12-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith, and his sisters, Mrs. R. C. Cobble and Mrs. R. A. Pnsold and their families. night at their home in special com- I ' Mrs. C. B. Crane of St Louis rc- phment to their son, Gerald, who' turned home yesterday after will leave on Sept. 19 for duty with the Navy. ' The 20 gueits spent several hours playing games before refreshments were served. Mrs. Cecil ;Hayes of Detroit, *ho Is visiting her •parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oxford, was an out-of-town guest,. ; Ne* Shr'fJincirts of ANTIQUES Are ArrlTlnj Almost Daliy! Come In, We Lite "Shoppers", The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts , MO$S BRYAN N MARGARET'S IM B.FM Phone 2532 firing Ui Your cek's visit here with her sister, Plan V-Day Services At Episcopal Church In keeping with other Protestant churches of Blythcville, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church will be open Immediately upon news of .victory in Europe lor the use of all those who wish to return thanks to God for ! the speedy end of that .conflict, it was announced today by the Rev. Thomas B. Smythe Jr., rector of the church. Forty-five minutes after the whistles first herald-the good news, the- congregation and the Rev. Mr. Sinyihc will participate in the service of the Holy Communion. This service, with Its historic title of the "Eucharist" or thanksgiving, Is most fitting for such an occasion. All those who believe in the Lord Jesus are most welcome to Join In this service, the Rev. Mr. Smythe Pehcillin Used For Treatment Of Patients Here Penicillin, the life-saving wonder drug which seems so mysterious to the general public, is familiar to. ft number of people in this secllor who already have bcnefitled Iron its use. The full quota for this county, assigned about three months .ago.- when there was sufficient quantity on hand to allow more general consumption, is being used by hospitals, clinics anu private physicians. While Ihc drug probably would be ndrnlnlsiered more if .there was a larger qu'ola, the present amount Is Inking care of urgent needs, .according to Blythcville Hospital, dis- trlbiillng agency for Mississippi County. .... : ,'.,''• -'.j •..:•• r The two local hospitals'have'ad- ministered penicillin to 20 people, in addition to closes given to others at clinics and in homes. Although no case wits remembered today of it having been liSed actually to save a life, much benefit has been derived from the driig, it was said. Although It. rarely makes the recipient 111, patients are hospitalized for a brief time as a precaution. Mosl of the persons Inking the drug have no ill effects. The drug Is injected .into the muscle or vein, as 11 "shot" and Is not given orally. Fort Worth Minister To Preach At Luxora I LUXORA. Ark., Sept. 0. — Dr. I Byron O. Wilklns, S. J Smith .and I C. B. Wood, pulpit committee of i Ihe Luxora Baptist chinch, nn- I nounce that the Rev. Will Ed 1 Langford, of Fort Worth, Texas, I will fill the piilpit at the morning ml evening worship hour,' Sunday, t Luxora Baptist church. PARTY AND HAYRIDE Wiule McHenry was complimented by her mother, Mrs. Roy U Houck at a dinner party rtt her" country home on Hlghwa'v 120 in honor of her !2th birthday. Out of town guests for this occasion were Mury Tom McGarrity, Sue Goiven, and Louts Ingrain, all of Memphis and Annette Whistli'. of Manila. , After dinner. Wndc.and herguesls were (nkeii for a hnyride by Mr. liouck. VISITORS COMPLIMENTED During the visit of Mrs. U. C. Bamplj. and Mr. Barnelt, of Little Rock, in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Lem Stanford, 'Mrs. Harriett 1 , nnd Mrs. Charlie Driver of Fayottcvllic, Ark., house guest of Mrs. Sue Driver Brown, and Grover C. Driver and Mrs., Driver, .a number of interesting; parties were given for.them. Mrs. R. C, Langston was hostess to two tables of bridge on -.Tuesday evening, Mrs. Jesse Brown on- Wednesday evening, and on Thursday morning, Mrs. Russell Bowen, was hostess to three tables of guests, with a lunch- eon-til noon. Frldtiv night at the home of Mr. ;ind Mrs. Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Bar.nette were honored at a ,fi o'clock dinner, tiie guest list being limited to "old-lime friends" of ;he Barnelis when they made their home , in Luxora with Mr. Barnelt as superintendent of schools for inaiiy years. Mrs. Driver returned hbme. on Thursday. Mrs. G. W. Smilh anil family. She came down especially to be with her nephew, Pvt. Charles Smith, who Is spending his furlough here from Camp Crowdcr, Mo. THAT'S REMARKABLE' HOW DID YOU KNOW I WAMTED A OR PePpeR ^ .BEFORE I SAID A Bailie Ground Acadein. Mrs. Nancy B. Pulley is visiting In Detroit as tiie guest of her brothe. Pliik Prater and family. Mrs. Bobby Martin left Wednesday for El Paso, Texas, for an extended visit with her husband, Corporal MarEin, who is stationed there. Mrs. Fayette Frame returned home Wednesday from a visit with her son, Carl. Frame, petty officei 2-c, who is stiUibned at Beaiifort, S. C. ...Lee R. Haggard, c.m. 3-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. niggard, left Friday for Mare Island, Calif., for reassignment. He hns. spent his 30- day leave in Stccle afler 18 nioiilhs service in Alaska. LAKE STKEET METHODIST CHUltCH Bales Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a.m. Iverson Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. "What God Sees in Giving", pastor's subject. Youth Fellowship groups, 1 p.m, Eveni.ig Worship, 8 p.m. "What God Wants Us to See in Giving",: pastor's subject, Monday evening the young people go to O.sceola for youth meeting. Board of Christian Education at Iverson Morris' home, Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Choir Prac- licc, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Pol-Luck Supper and Men's Meeting, Thursday, 1:30 p.m. The Rev. Luther K. Wilson of Dell, guest speaker. Tills church will be open for services on V-D.iy. YAltBKO METHODIST CHURCH n. (J. llindmaii, pastor Church School, 9:55 a.m. Paul Abbott, supl. Worship Service, 10:55 a.m. Com- immion Service. Youth Fellowship, 8 p.m. Mid-Week Service,- Wednesday, 8:15 p.m. W. S. C. S. Thursday al Church, 2:30 p.m. KIHST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. Wllford, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. U. S. Branson, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 8 o'clock. ' , •VIKST ASSEMBLY OF GO'!) CHUltCH Seventh aiid Ash Slicets Kev. H. K. Ximms. pastor f Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. • Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Radio Broadcast, 2 p.m. C. A. Class, 7 p.m. Evangelistic Message, 8 p.m. Services every night, also dally u'rlng the 10 day camp meeting, veryono is invited. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE 'Oman's {'lubhouspj 1-IIG Wcsl Main "Subslanee" Is Ihc subject of the -esson-Sermon which will be rend i all churches and societies of the hurch of Christ, Scientist, on Sun- ay. Tiie Golden Text Is: A good ame is rather to be chosen lhan real riches, and loving favour ratli- r .than stiver and gold. 1'liOMlSE!) LAND METHODIST CllllltCU 1). G. liiiulmnn, paslor iChurch School, 9:55 a.m. Felix Hill .supt. Worship Service, 10:55 a.m. Message by Mrs. D. C.. Hlndman. Youlh Fellowship. 8 p.m. W.S.C.S. Friday at Church, 2:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. llrown, paslbr Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. P. J. Deer, snpt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. Broadcast over KLCN. Mixed Quartette, "The Lord , Is My Shepherd", Miss Frances Shbuse, Miss Joyce Damon. Jcie Reid ami Harry Carter Farr. Sermon. by pastor. WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. S. S. Teachers and Officers meeting. 1:30 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Service. 8:10 p.m, Choir Practice. CHURCH NEWS ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH .. Si.xlh and Walnul Streets Thomas B. .Smytlie Jr., minister 8 a.m. Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m. Church School. Holy Communion of Thanksgiving- 45 minules after the news of victory in Europe. CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Osceola Thurnas B. Smythe Jr., minister 11 a.m. Holy Communion and Sermon. Holy Communion of Thanksgiving Iwo and a half hours after the news of victory In Europe. nciTARY ANNS GIVE PROGRAM' A program was given at the Luxora ,R9t«ry Club on Thursday evening wlicn the Rotary Anns, at the invitation of .the program lender, To'ni Callis. gave n musical program opening with 1 an old fashion "Mellcrdrammcr" followed by a piano solo, "The Music Bo*", by Mrs, T. Lem Stanford. "Love's Old Sweet Song" was sung as a trio by Mrs. dVant Collar, Mrs. C. Everettc Patton, and Mrs. Byron O. Wilkins. Group singing of old melodies added much to the enjoyment of those present. Mrs. Wilklns, master, of FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CIIUHCH Harvey T. Kldd, paslor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. "Jesus' Advice About Worry," pastor's subject. Mrs. Doris Smith will sing, "These Are They," from "The foly City." Evening Service, 7:45 p.m. .Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Prayer .letting. Buy Your Winter Supply or WOOD and KINDLING While If Is Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON 100 RANK LOTS5 BARKSDALE MFG. GO. Blythcville, Ark. Phone 2911 MINNIE LEE JONES Teacher of Piano \nnounccs rcopchiiif of he classes for beginners anil advanced pupils. Enroll N'ow For Convenient Hours. Studio 807 Chjckasawba Phone 299-1 Mrs. Dblton C. Fowlstpn, B. A. M. S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former New York Organist nnd Teacher Pupil of Clarence Dickinson President of Union Theological Seinlnnry School nl Mnslo For Appointment Then* or Writ* airs. DaKon C. Fowlston 1101 Chkkasawba rlionc 2049 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, arc remembered nlway.?. bur flowers are al- •\&ys fresh, nnd all work la guaranteed to please. Let our expert leslgners help yon wltli your fiornl needs. ^FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Strrtce, We Deliver Anywhere PW. 491 Mrs. J. M. (MM) WUllimS, owtitt Gleocoe Wig. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUltCH Main Street al Siitii R. S. Iluinl, minisler Bible School, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 10:50 a.m. The puslbr's sermon will be "Knowing anil Doing God's Will." Church night services Wednesday evening. Committees will meet nl 7:00. At T.45 the building committee will report to the whole congie- gulion. Everyone is cordially invited to Hie services of Ihis church. CHURCH OF THE NA7.ARF.NE First anil Sycamore F. W. Nash,"pastor Sunday School, 9:-l5 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Pastor .will preach. Service for Young- People, T:lf p.m'. Evening Service, 8 p.m. Paslor will preach. Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock Prnyer Meeting. >r Malarial Svmptomt. BERLOU 10 Year Guaranteed Moothproofing Protects CLOTHING— RUGS—FURNITURE— DRAPES—BLANKETS—etc. Ask for the schedule of reasonable prices. HUDSON Gleaner—tailor—Clothier Gel field) Fori BUSY SEASON! Get your clothes fresh and clean to keep you in the gay social whirl. And get your house in ap- plc-pie order for your entertaining at home. The .important thing to remember is not to put off sending things to the cleaners. Why hot phone toddy and lef us show you what Blytheville Laundry cleaning methods can do to restore colors arid fabric youthflilness everywhere. FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING FOR BETTER LAUNDRY 418 STEAM\ LAUHDM Ill Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO 15LCN M »J». 12:4! p.m. t:S| Saturday .R.EP.U BLIC' P ICTUBfl Serial: : "(feseH H:iv,V' S ami Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:38 Sunday and Monday BABRYMORE E?eiyn AHRERS -i. June VINCENT lois CQIIJER A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 1H Paramount News and Shorts First pictures of Paris liberation. Continnons Showing San. 1:15 to 11 M»tlnees Bit. A Snn. Only Op«ns each night 6:45; starts \ dpen» Sninlay 1:00; EUrlt 1:11 ContlnnoTi! Shows Sit. an< Son. Birfitu Nijht Every Nijlit Eicert B»tnrd»y. N» fUM* honored on 3ui»j t!, the Saturday Undercover Man with William Boyil Seriil: "The rimilom" No. 11- 1 and Short. Con. SlumlnE Snl'flny 1:00 lo 11:35 Sunday and Monday , YOUNG• LADO ' v ...wiLUAM- KNDffi Fo< News and Selected Short Contlnoooj Showlnc San. 1:16 ta 11

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